Govt awaits South Africa authorities response on Malawi ex-miners dues

Minister of Labour Ken Kandodo says the government is this week expecting a response from authorities South Africa detailing compensation payment modalities for former Malawian miners.

Minsiter of Labour Ken Kandodo: A list of ex-miners eligible for compensation was sent for vetting in South Africa

Thousands of Malawians worked in South African mines in 1960s, 70s and 80s during apartheid when the then white minority government outsourced labour in mines because black South Africans refused to work to force the government end apartheid.

About 48,000 Malawian ex-miners have been looking forward to the day when they’d get their compensations since their return from South Africa between 1988 and 1989.

According to Kandodo, a list of ex-miners eligible for compensation was sent for vetting in South Africa to be followed by appropriate pay-outs.

Kandodo said that the matter has dragged a lot due to failure by former regimes to pursue it thoroughly.

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Ginimbi, the illuminate, the likes of Bushiri

Your fellow black South Africans boycotted working in the mines in order to force the apartheid regime to free them and your government sent people to replace the black South Africans, in other words frustrating and sabotaging their efforts to bring change and now you have courage to call for overdue compensations, you must be evil and wicked indeed! this is why some South Africans see a fellow black people as their enemies, you sew the wrong seed from the beginning, bloody hypocrites!

Last edited 1 month ago by Ginimbi, the illuminate, the likes of Bushiri
Malawi Timkonde
Malawi Timkonde
1 month ago

It was Hastings Kamuzu Banda dining with the apartheid masters and in return receiving sponsorship for the building of his luxurious palace whilst the majority of Malawians languished in poverty, that’s why the regional trio (Samora Machel, Robert Mugabe, and Kenneth Kaunda) all together visited him at his Sanjika palace where the leader Machel showered rant at him describing him as ‘a fascist, a black Nazi, with all the characteristics of the European fascist…He kills his collaborators with such ease’. Immediately after, the sell out Kamuzu went and told the apartheid masters what transpired on the meeting, and within a… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by Malawi Timkonde
Mulopwana
1 month ago

Ambiritu anafa kaya adye ndalama zawo ndi ndani..tizidya ife basitu

Machona pa town
Machona pa town
1 month ago

Bravo members of the August house this must not be talk talk as usual

jahman
1 month ago

abambo anganso anali konko koma anamwalira ndiye zitha bwanji osati ayitanise ndalama mu zina la anthu ndiye azigawane ngati momwe agawanilana K6.2 Billion

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